Fixed or not: Recap of potholes from May to June

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HOUSTON - Tire thumpers are everywhere in Houston and NewsFix loves to show you where. For today's Pothole of the Day we're going back in time.

We revisited some of our most notorious gaping holes in the streets -- to find out what's fixed and what's not.

We start our recap in North Houston. Remember the worst pot-street on the planet also known as Cypress Trail?

Well that road looks exactly the same -- ugly, bumpy and full of future car damage.

The next crater is also in  North Houston near Mills Road and North Gessner. That's the traffic filled shortcut from the major roads and we found a winner! Fixed!

Now, let's head on down to Third Ward. Remember the monster road dip near Hadley and Live Oak?

You guessed it -- still there.

Alright, so we're one outta three, come on Houston!  Our fingers are crossed for stop number four in Montrose, an area often complained about for road craters and it has been fixed!

They've got an entire section of the street patched up near Westheimer and South Shepard.

So all in all two out of four ain't bad.

Houston's pothole record isn't perfect but hey, the roads aren't either.

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